Many people around the globe know Japan,
particularly Harajuku, for its interesting take on fashion.
It takes a lot of imagination, creativity and guts to pull off some of Harajuku’s diverse and quirky styles. Here are some of the most recognizable Harajuku style icons today!
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Meet the Harajuku Style Fashion Icons
Mayupu is a high school student that is often spotted around Harajuku in her stylish, almost 90’s inspired outfits.
Instantly recognizable for her pastel-colored hair, Juria is one of the most popular faces in Harajuku today with her girly, punk style.
Kazuhiro-san is known for two things: being the founder of popular legwear shop AvantGarde and the holder of the record for world’s tallest mohawk! His quirky hairstyle and big personality make him quite easy to spot on the streets of Harajuku.
Many people instantly recognize Hirari when walking along the streets of Harajuku. Her style features a lot of colors and prints along with her standout eye meiku.
You can’t miss the unique style of shironuri Minori. Known for her nymph-like depiction of shironuri, Minori has managed to use her art background to paint fashion!
High school student Riko is another recognizable face in Harajuku, her interesting mix of fashionable pieces, and always managing to integrate hot pink into her outfits make her notable.
Party Baby designer Kumamiki can be considered an ambassador of kawaii fashion. Her light and pastel outfits are instantly noticed and attract a lot of people to her style.
Not only is Maro‘s colorful hair easy to spot but so is his eccentric fashion sense! He always mixes and matches the most interesting pieces to come up with something unique.
Lisa‘s pink dip-dye hair and punk fashion are a welcome sight in Harajuku! Her interesting personalization of her punk style is always eye-catching.
Kurebayashi is a walking, talking and fashionable rainbow! Her style is so colorful that it’s impossible to miss her on the street.
How about you? Which Harajuku style do you like the best?
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